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The Long Dry History of the West

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Bill Sniffin

Whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting over. – Quote attributed to Mark Twain.

Dry as a bone.

That describes the status of much of the American West in recent years, although Wyoming has had a reprieve in recent years.

Berger Says Dayton, Ranchester Pipeline Bill Still Live

As our regular listeners know, we talked with State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn Friday to find out what this week looks like for legislators as they come into the second half of this year's legislative session.

Another Snowstorm??!!

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Most people will probably agree that it's been a long, cold winter this year and this weekend was no different with lots of snow and minus zero temperatures. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott put her boots and mittens on, just to see what people were thinking about this Wyoming winter.

H2O Olympics Held at Science Saturday

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This month's Science Saturday was all about water. Water may seem pretty ordinary, but not to these kids.

Art in Motion

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One of the biggest snowstorms of the year couldn't keep this group of artists at home. Friday night was the first ever 'pub painting,' a fundraiser for the Wyoming Watercolor Society.

Council to Receive Snow Blower Update

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

During their last meeting, the Sheridan City Council held an open discussion with staff on ways to improve the City's snow removal efforts.

This Week's Poll Question

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This week's poll question takes a look at school bus safety.

Research from the national Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction says that out of the 20 billion students riding school buses each year, there are 8-10 deaths nationwide.

A Look Back in Time: March 3, 1914

“The Abysmal Brute,” the latest story by Jack London, will be started in the local newspaper this coming Friday. Installments will appear every Friday, Sunday morning and Tuesday, until finished.

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Second Boy Scout Project Approved By City Council

Buffalo Boy Scout Seth Ables came before the city council at their last meeting to ask permission to install his project at the wetlands ponds.

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